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Academic Calendar -

Spring 2022

Note: Review the Short, Internet and Outreach Class Schedules to determine the unique drop/add and refund deadlines for these courses. Additional deadlines apply to graduate students. See the Graduate College Academic Calendar.

December 13, 2021 - January 7, 2022

Winter intersession (4 weeks)


December 24-31, 2021
University Holiday


Tuesday, January 4
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for spring pre-session classes


Friday, January 7
Late enrollment fee assessed if initial enrollment occurs after this date (details)


Monday, January 10
Class work begins


Monday, January 17
University Holiday


Tuesday, January 18
100% Refund, Nonrestrictive Drop/Add Deadline (details)


Friday, January 21
Partial Refund, Restrictive Drop/Add Deadline (details)


Friday, February 4

Excessive absence alerts due from instructors (details)


Tuesday, February 15
Instructors may begin submitting six week grades


Wednesday, February 23 (noon)
Six-week grades due by noon from faculty


Tuesday, March 1
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for first eight week classes


Monday-Friday, March 14-18

Spring Break, no classes for students


Friday, April 1
Deadline to file graduation application (for name to appear in the spring commencement program)


Friday, April 8
W Drop/Withdraw Deadline (details)


Friday, April 22
Assigned W or F Withdrawal Deadline (details)


Monday-Friday, April 25-29
Pre-Finals Week


Tuesday, April 26
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for all spring classes


Friday, April 29
Class work ends


Monday-Friday, May 2-6
Finals Week


Friday, May 6
Graduate Commencement


Saturday, May 7
Undergraduate Commencement


Wednesday, May 11 (noon)
Final grades due by noon electronically from faculty


Friday, May 13

Final grades for all spring courses available on official transcripts


A University Holiday falls within the semester. If the scheduled classes do not meet, additional class time or assignments may make up the difference.

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